FROSTBURG — Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.
Despite a new head coach and a completely new group on the floor, the result for DeMatha was the same at the Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament.
The Stags dominated in all facets, running away from Bishop McNamara, 89-58, on Saturday night for their fourth straight ACIT crown and 27th overall.
DeMatha had a trio of scorers in double figures — Jaden Winston had a game-high 21, Mason So added 16 and Isaiah Arnold tacked on 14 — and shot the lights out from 3-point territory, making 10 of their 20 attempts.
Defensively, they limited big games from Jeremiah Quigley and Martin Somerville, who finished with 12 and 15 points, respectively.
“I thought we played extremely well,” said DeMatha head coach Mike Jones. “We executed the game plan to a T. We made Quigley work, we shut down Somerville and we made them earn every single thing. We did a great job of executing on the offensive end with spacing, playing with a lot of pace and sharing the ball.”